Are you a fan of high-speed racing? In Florida, we have the renowned NASCAR Daytona 500, held each winter at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach.
Internationally, thousands of race fans, and lifestyle followers, take part each year in the Formula One racing season. As opposed to the mainly North American NASCAR circuits, or for example, the Indianapolis 500, most Formula One races take place on specially built rural tracks, highly graded by the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA); or within winding city centers, such as the world-famous Monaco Grand Prix event each May, which roars around and through the narrow streets of the principality.
Further, a strict set of licensing, aerodynamic and construction regulations — the “formula” in Formula One — must be adhered to. But these strictly enforced rules do not put any brakes on the action, as each city and race weekend in the Formula One season is a jet set destination unto itself!
Below is the remaining 2016 Formula One Grand Prix race schedule, with Australia and Bahrain already in the rear view mirror…
If you would like to attend any of these exciting and glamorous racing weekends, and enjoy official VIP hospitality courtesy of Paddock Club and/or Amber Lounge nightlife, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any request.
See you at the races!
– CHINA (Shanghai), 15th-17th
– RUSSIA (Sochi), 29th-May 1st
– SPAIN (Catalunya), 13th-15th
– MONACO (Monte Carlo), 28th-29th
– CANADA (Montreal), 10th-12th
– EUROPEAN (Baku), 17th-19th
– AUSTRIA (Spielberg), 1st-3rd
– BRITAIN (Silverstone), 8th-10th
– HUNGARY (Budapest), 22nd-24th
– GERMANY (Hockenheim), 29th-31st
– BELGIUM (Spa-Francorchamps), 26th-28th
– ITALY (Monza), 2nd-4th
– SINGAPORE (Singapore), 16th-18th
– MALAYSIA (Kuala Lampur), 30th-October 2nd
– JAPAN (Suzuka), 7th-9th
– UNITED STATES (Austin), 21st-23rd
– MEXICO (Mexico City), 28th-30th
– BRASIL (Sao Paulo), 11th-13th
– ABU DHABI (Yas Marina), 25th-27th
Which F1 Grand Prix events will you be attending this season?